The Bears rolled out the first episode of their new, quasi-Hard Knocks style docu-series, 1920 Football Drive last week, taking us behind the scenes at Halas Hall and focusing on their COVID preparations. Today, episode 2 dropped giving fans a look inside the QB room a midst the highly publicized competition between Mitchell Trubisky and Nick Foles. They also take us into the D-line room where the absence of Eddie Goldman is felt, give Eddie Jackson the mic’d up treatment on the practice field, and closes with a nice long look at some scrimmage work.
In this pre-seasonless August, this is as close as we’re going to get to live Bears Football action until opening day in Detroit, plus it’s always nice to get a look behind the scenes at Halas Hall... So drink it in:
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